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message 1: by [deleted user] (last edited Feb 08, 2008 12:01PM) (new)

Must have...

Bliss, Debbie - Baby Cashmerino
Bliss, Debbie - Baby Cashmerino 3
Bliss, Debbie - Book Six
Bliss, Debbie - Cathay?
Bliss, Debbie - Cotton Angora
Bliss, Debbie - Easy Knits
Bliss, Debbie - Essential Baby
Bliss, Debbie - Family Knits
Bliss, Debbie - Junior Knits
Bliss, Debbie - Luxury Collection?
Bliss, Debbie - Number Five
Bliss, Debbie - Number Four
Bliss, Debbie - Number Three
Bliss, Debbie - Rialto Aran
Bliss, Debbie - Simple Living?
Bliss, Debbie - Simply Family
Bliss, Debbie - Simply Soft
Bliss, Debbie - The Cashmere Collestion
Bliss, Debbie - The Cashmerino Collection
Bliss, Debbie - Wish You Were
Dalegarn books: 125, 126, 128, 134, 136, 138, 139, 142, 160, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 181, 183, 189
Guy, Lucinda - Crochet Designs for Kids
Mellor, Zoe - Head to Toe Knits

message 2: by OssifrageRage (new)

OssifrageRage I wish for
Cat Bordhi sock books

message 3: by Julie (last edited Jul 05, 2008 12:16PM) (new)

Julie M (woolyjooly) Lisa Lloyd's "A Fine Fleece" and Evelyn Clark's shawl pattern book (name??)

Christy - Would you like to buy Simply Family and/or Family Knits from me? (I think I may have both), plus a vintage Bliss hat book for babies and kids. contact me if you're interested!

ETA: bought the Lloyd book on Amazon and now desire 'Shear Spirit'!

message 4: by April (new)

April (iluv) Alterknits by Leigh Radford

All of the Elizabeth Zimmerman books

message 5: by Brenda (new)

Brenda | 7 comments Mason Dixon Knitting - has been on my wish list for a long time....

message 6: by Ann (new)

Ann (annbren) | 1 comments Alice Starmore's Fair Isle Knitting ( I think she is genius)
Louisa Harding's Cardigans

message 7: by Sandra J (new)

Sandra J Weaver (sandraweaver) Both Mason-Dixon books are very good and worth the money. They're fun to read and contain some interesting patterns. Stephanie Pearl-McFee is also good. I tend to like books that aren't just knitting patterns since I'm a notoriously slow knitter, being easily sidetracked by reading or beading (and sometimes by arthritis).

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